Jeffrey Sweet literally wrote the book on Chicago’s hugely influential Second City comedy troupe
Take a wild ride to a very special Wawa.
Toby Zinman reviews THE B-SIDE: “Negro Folklore from Texas State Prisons,” A Record Album Interpretation from The Wooster Group
Nichole Canuso imparts a different way of looking at loss, living, and love.
A powerful portrayal of the Pied Piper parable
Lisa Panzer kicks off Phindie’s review coverage of the 2019 Fringe Festival
GARDENS SPEAK is a metaphysical experience of death and injustice… and a tangible experience of growth and self-expansion.
Like a Joni Mitchell song, PAPRIKA PLAINS is intimate, artful, and affecting.
In a word: Funny.
There’s a lovely simplicity in Elise D’Avella’s staging of the tragic story.
Two decades after her suicide, Kane remains one of the most truthful voices in theater. Svaha’s production captures her brilliance.
Another review of IRC’s 2018 Fringe piece.
Justin is a heartbroken young musician who escapes to his father’s cabin in the middle of nowhere
It’s haunting how relevant—and funny—this somewhat dated piece remains